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A wart is a virus on the surface level of the skin. Warts aren’t cancerous, however, they can be unsightly and uncomfortable. While some go away on their own, many remain for months or even years, and can easily spread. It doesn’t help that some warts, like plantar warts, are highly contagious and can spread to other people or even other parts of the body. Plus, they are stubborn against over-the-counter treatment and home remedies. Fortunately, they’re easily removed by skin-certified dermatologists.

The Derm Institute offers various treatments to help combat pesky warts.